Halloween brownies - Low Fibre

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Fly on a Broom or Float like a Ghost - here’s a Halloween treat they’ll love the most!

Our Bowel Care Nutritionist has conjured up an amazing Halloween brownie recipe made with lots of goodness and healthy ingredients to bring your little trick or treaters loads of fun. So delicious - they won’t even realise they’re healthy - and adults will love them too.

Low fibre approximately 2-3 grams of fibre per serve (Click here to view the high fibre recipe alternative)



3 free range eggs

2 tablespoons of coconut or maple syrup

80 mls warm coconut oil

1 teaspoon organic vanilla extract

100 grams melted chocolate

2-4  or 280 grams precooked packet (not canned) beetroots grated

1 -2  red apples skinned grated approximately 260 grams

1 teaspoon baking powder

140 grams of plain or gluten free flour

Chocolate powder to dust brownies


Preheat oven to 180C

Grease and line at the base and sides with baking paper  a  30 X 20 shallow tin

Combine all liquids eggs, coconut oil, vanilla extract, syrup and blend well

Turn oven down to 170C

Melt chocolate and add to the liquids along with the beetroot and apple and stir thoroughly

Sift and combine into the mix,  flour and chocolate powder until evenly distributed

Pour into the tin, bake for 20 minutes or until mixture bounces back

Turn the tin over onto a flat plate and let the brownie cool

Peel the baking paper off and cut into pieces decorate with dusted chocolate powder

Can refrigerate in air tight container for 4-5 days.